This past year has put a spotlight on the variety of ways that “healthcare” can impact your business. The pandemic has made employee health a critical part of keeping your businesses running. It wasn’t just the efforts to prevent virus spread that our employers had to balance, but also the mental fatigue of the uncertain…

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The COVID-19 pandemic has put business leaders in the challenging and unenviable position of making decisions about how to best support employees and the community at large as we navigate through the seemingly arbitrary and ever-changing business, regulatory, and public health landscape. Our local health care facilities are the site of protests against vaccination mandates…

Why Does the Grand Junction Chamber Endorse Candidates? The Chamber first began endorsing candidates for public office in 2008 and it has been somewhat controversial with some GJ Chamber members since that time. It is not unusual for Chambers to endorse candidates with a recent Western Association of Chamber Executives Association poll indicating about 30%…

Helping Employers Address Labor Shortages Are you having a hard time hiring new employees? Are you seeing current employees becoming restless and looking for change? Pressure on the workforce is the top concern keeping our chamber members up at night. Hiring and retaining a skilled workforce can be difficult in the best of times and…

Original article text and information sourced from the Colorado Sun As businesses attempted to navigate the COVID-19 pandemic last year, the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP)quickly became a lifeline for many Mesa County Businesses. They join nearly half of the 200,000 PPP loans made to Colorado small businesses that had been forgiven as of July 1….

The temperatures are beginning to drop at night and fall is definitely peaking it’s head around the corner here in the Grand Valley. At the Chamber, the new season brings a plethora of opportunities to engage and grow – including some great training and signature events. This year, we have a very important school board…

GJACC Expresses Concern with Federal Legislation The Chamber in late July contacted Senator Michael Bennet to express our concerns regarding conversations to integrate California’s ABC test rule for independent contractors at the federal level. The classification of independent contractors has been under scrutiny at the state level as well this year. Right now, there are…

August is back to school month in the Grand Valley. Along with the typical list of school supplies needed and other preparations for students and teachers to return to the classroom, there is a lot of discussion about two things related to education. First, is the discussion related to measures being taken to continue to…

By Andrew Levy, Chairman and CEO of Avelo Airlines Grand Junction is the jumping off point for the heart of Colorado’s scenic West and all that this region has to offer. We also know that the region’s residents want a fast, easy and affordable way to get to Southern California and its sun-soaked beaches and…

During an evening full of fun, reflection, and gratitude, the Grand Junction Chamber of Commerce’s Annual Banquet, held June 11th, hit the mark at the FIRST big event since before the pandemic hit last March. Attendees were treated to conversation and comradery as they enjoyed the evening’s festivities which included dinner, networking, auctions, and a…

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